The Serials Management Handbook: A Practical Guide to Print and Electronic Serials Management
Tony Kidd, Lyndsay Rees-Jones
Library Association, 2000 - Reference - 159 pages
Serials management has been changing very much and serials information management now encompasses varied forms: micro-form; CD-ROM and Web-based formats; local holdings; and document delivery.
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